1×71: Divisions

1×71: Divisions

Posted by on Thursday, July 14, 2016 in Linux, News, Open Source, Politics, Shows, Ubuntu | 0 comments

Jono Bacon, Jeremy Garcia, and Stuart Langridge (Bryan is unavoidably absent but present in spirit) bring you Bad Voltage, in which there is worry about the future, there is concern about the present, there is revision of the past, and:

  • 00:02:12 Brexit. The UK voted by referendum to leave the European Union, thus ushering in a world of despair and misery not seen since the bits about seven bowls in Revelation. Or, the UK voted by referendum to leave the European Union, thus seizing back control of the country. What’s the deal with Brexit? How’s it being presented both in and out of the country? And what happens next?
  • 00: 37:05 Starting a discussion about next generation packaging systems. Snappy, Flatpak, AppImage are vying to be the new hotness. This is a potentially long discussion, so here we just start it off: a summary from our point of view of what’s going on here, and then we invite you to give your thoughts on community.badvoltage.org and we’ll bring that wider discussion back in a later show
  • 00:44:35 We were asked the question: when should you open source? If you’re a company or a project, what goes into the decision to open source your code, what reasons are there to do it and to not do it, and why do some and not others?

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